Is it new fat cells, or bigger ones?

Obesity is defined by the increase in fat cells within the body. The biggest misconception about fat is that it is all about your calorie intake.
The purpose of this article is to help you better understand the main difference between managing symptoms or dealing with the root cause to prevent it from happening again.
Obesity can be from one of the two causes:

1. Metabolic

This is the disturbance in the primary blood sugar by entering the triglycerides into the cell and raising the insulin resistance of the person. This will result in creating new fat cells to store excess blood glucose. In this case, there will likely be an increase in the fat cell size, and in some cases, there will be a generation of new fat cells as well.


Change of skin color to a darker tone under the eyes, behind the neck, & armpits
Feeling tired right after meals
Laziness despite having stimulating drinks
Polycystic ovaries in women
Androgen hormone disorder — causing hair loss from the top of the head
The above indicators will classify your obesity as metabolic. The solution will vary according to your condition. First, we must prevent the root cause of the problem — such as sugar intake, stimulants, and food that quickly raises blood sugar. You should then deal with the symptoms before you start looking into reducing the fat directly.
2. Immunological:
This is the increase in substances entry rate that doesn’t contribute to the Biological “vital” process. Nowadays it is nearly impossible to find food in the market that does not include chemical improvers in baked goods, preservatives, and fructose corn syrup in soft drinks.